The Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. (KCCDC) proudly presents Imagining Post-Anthropocene, an immersive new exhibition exploring the convergence of humanity, technology, and ecology in a modern society shaped by colonial legacies and rapid technological progress.

Featuring provocative works by Korean artists Yeon Sung and Junha Kim, this second show in the Nature’s Echo exhibition series aims to illuminate the fluidity of human and non-human elements of society at the intersection of reality and fantasy. From human beings as environmental metric tools to mechanical body dysmorphia, this exhibition aims to provoke reflections on the evolving nature of humanity’s relationship with a not-so-natural environment.

Imagining Post-Anthropocene launches with a public opening reception and guided tour by artist Yeon Sung on April 16 at 6:00 p.m. and will remain on view at the KCCDC through May 17, 2024, including extended evening hours for the local community event Art Walk Dupont on May 3 (6:00 – 8:00 p.m.).

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